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High use of technology can cause harmful mental states

In today’s day and age, smartphones have become tools on which many people rely. From being alarm clocks to bankers or personal assistants, “Siri,” smartphones are continuously used for more than just communication. As Apple begins to show users how much time they have spent on his or her phone a day on its “Screen […]

Phillip Ndowu | Banner | Grace Barnes, junior early childhood studies major, enjoys relaxing by reading a book on the Front Lawn or practicing her soccer skills. Students can follow her lead or try some other ways to balance out the stress of college life like taking a hike, hanging out with friends or doing some art.

Taking a breather benefits college students

Whether you are a freshman or have a few years of experience as a senior, college life brings a new type of challenge. From classes to meetings, extracurricular school programs, jobs or internships and more, there is always something to do. Students cope with their demanding schedules in different ways. For some, taking time out […]

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Positive thinking influences good fitness habits

College can be challenging but maintaining a healthy mindset in one’s life can help with adjusting to campus life. While studying in college is stressful, making time for one’s own physical health is key to maintaining balance. Students with a positive mindset should be able to form new healthy lifestyle habits, perhaps starting with physical […]

Counseling Center holds open house

More than 75 percent of people struggling with mental illnesses the onset of the mental illness occurs between the ages of 18-24, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Because of this, California Baptist University’s Counseling Center is holding a mental health awareness open house event called “The Journey,” April 10-11, running from 10 […]

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Counseling Center moves into new space to better offer healing, refuge

Five added rooms will be available to give students safe space. The Counseling Center at California Baptist University moved locations Feb. 26 to a new building off of Monroe street, behind CBU’s baseball field and the Health Science campus. The reason for the move was to expand beyond the nine rooms they previously had. The […]